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Author Topic: Primecoin GPU miner: 9.1 CPD on a 280x / pool / 2% dev.fee  (Read 99941 times)
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January 13, 2015, 07:03:39 AM
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So not only do you decide who can and can't be profitable based on whether they have the money, but also based on some sort of 'too good for the common miner' high ground? 50 GPU miners aren't enough even if they have the money? You willing obfuscate what you do and do back room trades until someone leaks the kernels because you're being a greedy SoB.

You and I'm sure there are a couple others floating around behind the scenes have single handedly wrecked GPU mining and turned it into ASIC mining. You wont even make a storefront so people can kinda get a idea of what's happening here and make informed decisions. This is disgusting.

No one should ever be slapping a 'ASIC resistant' on their coins with this stuff floating around in the background. This really needs to gain more light.

If they have the money, I'm more than willing to sell to them. They just normally don't. Believe me, I will serve any stranger with money - I don't discriminate like that.

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January 13, 2015, 07:05:10 AM
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You can sell your work all you want, you can profit however you want, that includes being a drug dealer or a hit man. That doesn't mean people will like you for doing it nor is it morally right.

What makes this all the worse is you act like a poor little developer that barely survives off of donations and then you, along with your friend Djm, rant and rave about how you don't get enough donations all the while you're raking in money in the background through private trades. You're disgusting dude.

It'd be different if you acted remotely professional and were up front about things, but you aren't... you never have been up till now when you're pretty sure your cover is blown. Believe it or not, professional includes not posting furry porn all over your workplace, unless you sell furry porn.

I'm here to explain the train of thought behind not releasing the source.

They aren't your kernels to release or not to. You're making sure they don't once again with under handed tactics and exclaiming somehow things will be better off while you sell your kernels in the background, which are better because the publicly available version isn't. This is sick.

I never claimed to be professional. You're also comparing selling code to murdering people for money. I believe that comparison right there shows how detached from reality you really are. I always have been up front - I've said I sold kernels. I never gave a fuck what people like you think about it, and I still don't.

I don't know, some people actually took out loans to purchase GPU miners and you're definitely deciding who can and can't be profitable. Destroying peoples livelihoods isn't something you're fond of, is it? I seem to remember you talking about yourself at one point.

You've never been up front about your business. That's why you never had a store or even a thread up till recently where you wanted even more to the tune of 45BTC. Even now, where is your thread advertising your wears? Where is your storefront? Oh that's right...

If too many people know, it pisses off your big clientele. For one person to be really profitable, other people can't. That's the way difficulty works, especially considering it's GPUs and we're all using the same hardware.

I don't have a storefront because I usually sell to large miners - I don't need constant PMs from people with 50 GPUs who think they have a farm. I've always told people this is what I do - I don't hide it. Some people are at a disadvantage because they can't code well or afford someone who can. That's called capitalism.

Hold on here!
I don't think I agree how you labelled those who can't code as capitalism!
Usually capitalism are those refusing sharing their's code (the project owners that is) isn't not?

You may want explaining this further!


Capitalism comes in where I sell my work for what people will pay for it - i.e., the highest bidder. If someone can't afford that, they lose out on the product of my work.

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January 14, 2015, 06:44:10 AM
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So not only do you decide who can and can't be profitable based on whether they have the money, but also based on some sort of 'too good for the common miner' high ground? 50 GPU miners aren't enough even if they have the money? You willing obfuscate what you do and do back room trades until someone leaks the kernels because you're being a greedy SoB.

You and I'm sure there are a couple others floating around behind the scenes have single handedly wrecked GPU mining and turned it into ASIC mining. You wont even make a storefront so people can kinda get a idea of what's happening here and make informed decisions. This is disgusting.

No one should ever be slapping a 'ASIC resistant' on their coins with this stuff floating around in the background. This really needs to gain more light.

If they have the money, I'm more than willing to sell to them. They just normally don't. Believe me, I will serve any stranger with money - I don't discriminate like that.

Then why don't you make a thread where you can sell your products?

Capitalism includes a open market and you're trying to make it seem like this market, which you and a few others have made for yourself, doesn't exist except to those with enough money so you wont have another part of capitalism I'm sure you love, competition. Smiley

This shit has been happening since at least October and I only started to learn about it at the end of Nov, most people still don't know about it and it's the middle of January.
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January 14, 2015, 05:06:04 PM
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So not only do you decide who can and can't be profitable based on whether they have the money, but also based on some sort of 'too good for the common miner' high ground? 50 GPU miners aren't enough even if they have the money? You willing obfuscate what you do and do back room trades until someone leaks the kernels because you're being a greedy SoB.

You and I'm sure there are a couple others floating around behind the scenes have single handedly wrecked GPU mining and turned it into ASIC mining. You wont even make a storefront so people can kinda get a idea of what's happening here and make informed decisions. This is disgusting.

No one should ever be slapping a 'ASIC resistant' on their coins with this stuff floating around in the background. This really needs to gain more light.

If they have the money, I'm more than willing to sell to them. They just normally don't. Believe me, I will serve any stranger with money - I don't discriminate like that.

Then why don't you make a thread where you can sell your products?

Capitalism includes a open market and you're trying to make it seem like this market, which you and a few others have made for yourself, doesn't exist except to those with enough money so you wont have another part of capitalism I'm sure you love, competition. Smiley

This shit has been happening since at least October and I only started to learn about it at the end of Nov, most people still don't know about it and it's the middle of January.

October? I've been working since June. By the way, I LOVE competition. It makes this fun - otherwise it's too easy.

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